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About the Natchez Indians __ "The Natchez Indians are a tribe that lived in the surrounding area of St. Catherine's Creek in what is now known as Natchez, Mississippi. The tribe was one of the last to survive in the region, where their culture flourished until the 1730s." History and additional information. - From -

Facts for Kids: Natchez Indians __ You will find information about the Natchez Indians for students and teachers. There are facts about Natchez Indian food, clothing, houses, villages, art and crafts, and more. Many resources. - From -

MDAH | Grand Village of the Natchez Indians __ "Homepage for the Historic Preservation Division of the Mississippi Department of Archives and History." Between 1682 and 1729 the Grand Village was their main ceremonial center, according to historical and archaeological evidence." An overview of research and activities. - illustrated - From -

Mississippi History Now | The Natchez Indians __ Good overview of the Natchez along with additional resources. - illustrated - From -
Natchez __ "The Natchez were among some of the last native American groups to live in the area which is now known as southwestern Mississippi. " A general overview of Natchez history and life. - illustrated - From Minnesota State University -


Natchez Indian Tribe __ General information, statistics and village sites. - From -

Natchez Indian Tribe History __ "Natchez. A well-known tribe that formerly lived on and about St Catherine's Creek, east and south of the present city of Natchez, Miss. The name, belongings to a single town, was extended to the tribe and entire group of towns, ..." A good look at Natchez history along with links to related material. - From -

The Natchez Indians __ "We're lucky that several individuals left fascinating eye-witness accounts of what they observed and experienced among the Natchez Indians." Learn about some of these observations and find embedded links to additional material. - illustrated - From -

Natchez National Historical Park - The Natchez Indians (U.S. ... __ "Natchez, Mississippi may be best known for its antebellum mansions, but the human history of the area goes back thousands of years. The story of Natchez begins with the indigenous mound-building cultures, known since French occupation as the Nachee, or Natchez Indians." Official Nationap Park Service site about the Natchez Indians. - illustrated - From -

Natchez people __ You will find an encyclopedic article along with links to related materials. - illustrated - From wikipedia -

Native Americans: Natchez History and Culture __ Good collection of online resources about the Natchez. - From - 



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